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This is what happens when Drupal or WordPress security updates are ignored - nothing. Yet again, maybe your website gets hacked, malicious code is inserted into page templates, and next thing you know, you’re in the business of selling Motilium, as happened recently on an actual website we had to fix.
If you get swamped with tasks, let your slacker colleagues see your workload and take up some of the burden. Whether they’ll do it is another matter entirely.
Tip of the hat to Bryan Kuester for suggesting this feature.
The answer to question "What is better, Bootstrap or Foundation" is that it depends. Here are a few pointers to make this decision a little easier to make.
Released earlier this week, Firefox 41 uses different algorithm for processing DIV rotations via graphics/video card. That affects CSS “ transform” property by creating screen artifacts or freezing browser altogether. Many an award winning website with fancy CSS animations will be humbled by this unexpected gift from Firefox until Mozilla releases a patch or part of the new browser functionality is rolled back to its earlier state.
We recently ran into an issue with commonly used Google Analytics plugin for CKEditor, called appropriately googletracker. While that plugin allows adding attributes to links in content, the issue we encountered is that subsequent content editing removes all inserted onclick attributes.
A colleague recently brought to my attention an article which stated in rather axiomatic fashion that website design is dead, period. As this would obviously concern many a practicing web designer with existentialist questions - if website design has indeed expired, well then, have I? Are my current projects being shaped by forces beyond the grave? - I figured it might be beneficial to explore the question in depth and offer constructive criticism instead of outright dismissal (spoiler alert: you’re not dead).